Graham Potter's Future Is Decided by The Chelsea Board Despite His Terrible Play

Despite Chelsea's terrible recent record in the Premier League, the club's upper brass is allegedly behind manager Graham Potter, who is under criticism.

Chelsea fired Thomas Tuchel in early September of last year after 20 months of working together and replaced him with the former Brighton & Hove Albion manager.

Potter signed a five-year contract with the west London club, where he was allegedly the top candidate for the position.

Since then, Potter has overseen 26 games for the Stamford Bridge team, recording just nine victories, seven ties, and 10 losses.

The team is presently in 10th place with 31 points in the Premier League, suffering through a poor stretch.

Matt Law of The Telegraph reports that despite Chelsea's subpar performance, the board of directors continues to back Potter as their club's manager.

The 47-year-old tactician's greater current problem is to try to win over the supporters with a swift improvement in results and performances.

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